Our Mission

Triad Health Project provides emotional and practical support to individuals living with HIV/AIDS, to their loved ones, and to those at risk for HIV/AIDS; implements strategies to educate those at risk and the community about HIV/AIDS; and advocates locally, regionally, and nationally for individuals and groups infected with or affected by HIV/AIDS.

Our Vision
We will stand together for as long as it takes until HIV/AIDS is no more, working together to promote enlightenment, dignity, acceptance, understanding, and love, demonstrating that we are not only enduring this epidemic, but prevailing over it.




Did you know that 37% of THP's funding comes from individuals just like you?  Now more than ever, your gifts play a tremendous part in helping THP fulfill its mission.  When you contribute to THP in any amount, you stand with us in the fight, and you stand up for everyone we serve.  


Thank You!
Inside THP   
Monthly Musings from THP's Executive Director

"Write it on your heart that everyday 

is the best day in the year."

~ Ralph Waldo Emerson



I don't know if I've ever been more hopeful about a new year at Triad Health Project than I am right now. 


We begin our 27th year of service to our community fortified and inspired by a wonderful holiday season of giving.  You gave in all sorts of ways as 2012 came to an end -  money, food, toys, blankets, and of course, compassion.


I'm not one for resolutions - I prefer the word intention. And our intention for 2013 is to continue to fulfill our mission and be a powerful force for our clients in the battle against HIV/AIDS. 


Together we are making a difference in the lives of people living in our community. 


As always, you are a partner in our work and I look forward to sharing our accomplishments with you this year.




Addison Ore

Executive Director

THP Receives IMPACT Award

On December 11th, THP was awarded with the presigious GlaxoSmithKline IMPACT Award at a ceremony in Research Triangle Park. We recieved a check for $40,000 to support our mission to provide emotional and practical support to those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS in our community.


Here are some photos from our fabulous day!



Our Award!



Ken and Addison full of excitement!


Panel Discussion with Triangle News 14


Click here to read more information about the GlaxoSmithKline IMPACT Award 

Cooking with Ninevah









Warms You Twice Turkey Soup 

  Makes approximately 4 main dish servings

  • 1 stalk of celery, washed and finely chopped
  • 1 large carrot (or 2 small carrots), washed, peeled and finely chopped
  • 1 medium onion (approximately 5 oz.), chopped
  • 1 clove mild garlic, finely chopped
  • 1 Tblsp + 1 tsp olive oil
  • 1 cup (8 oz.) diced, roasted turkey
  • 1 15.5oz cannellini beans, rinsed and drained
  • 1 15.25 oz. whole kernel corn with liquid (I used corn with 50% reduced salt)
  • 2 cups unsalted chicken cooking stock
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 ½ tsp dried cilantro
  • ½ tsp fine sea salt
  • 1 small canned chipotle pepper, finely chopped (from chipotle peppers with adobo sauce)
  • ½ tsp. adobo sauce (from canned chipotle peppers with adobo sauce)
  • 1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce


Wash and finely chop the celery, carrot(s), onion and garlic. Add the olive oil to a 4 quart soup pot and warm on medium heat.  Add the chopped vegetables to the oil in the soup pot and sauté until soft, but not browned, about 5 minutes, stirring frequently.  Stir in the diced turkey, rinsed and drained cannellini beans, whole kernel corn and liquid from can, and stir gently to mix with the sautéed vegetables. Add the unsalted chicken stock and water, stirring to mix thoroughly with other ingredients in the soup pot. Finally, add the cilantro, fine sea salt, chopped chipotle pepper, adobo sauce, and Worcestershire sauce, stirring to mix the spices and seasonings with the soup mixture.  Reduce heat and allow the soup to simmer, covered, for approximately 20 to 30 minutes. Serve with tortilla chips broken into the soup. 

Note: I allowed for the "saltiness" of the tortilla chips when adding salt to the soup as it cooked.  If you prefer the soup without tortilla chips, you may wish to add a small amount of additional salt, to taste...but remember, it's easier to add salt if it's needed than to take it out if there's too much!  I also recommend allowing the flavor of the soup to "mature", so I make the soup one day and eat it the next....or perhaps you could make it early in the morning and enjoy it for dinner that night.  Either way...enjoy!


Check out Ninevah's website for more recipes and cooking class info

In This Issue

Monthly Musings

Winter Walk Update

GlaxoSmith Kline Award

A Fond Farewell

Client Holiday Party

Cooking with Ninevah

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That the 21st Annual Winter Walk for AIDS was a great success!


On Sunday, December 2nd, over 1,500 people of all ages and backgrounds united around a common theme: "I AM Positive".  

We are delighted to share that we achieved our fundraising goal of $115,000, thanks in large part to the support of people like you.  In a time when virtually every non-profit is struggling to raise funds, that is no small accomplishment.  This money will go a long way in helping us serve over 500 people living with HIV/AIDS in Guilford County, and expand our prevention outreach and education.  


Thank you for standing with us, for as long as it takes.
A Fond Farewell
It is with great excitement for her new venture, that we say goodbye to Case Manager Meagan Patillo. 
After 4 years at THP and 7 years in Case Management, Meagan is going to be pursing her creative passion at Just Be in downtown Greensboro. Be sure to stop by and see her and her fabulous handcrafted jewelry!
Always up for making us laugh, Meagan has been an integral part of our family at THP.  She will greatly missed. Happy Trails, Meagan!



The needs of our clients are never-ending...


We have a special request for a client with five children in need of beds and a washer/dyer.


Please email Shana if you have any of these items that you are willing to donate to this family.


Thank you!

Client Holiday Open House
On Tuesday, December 18th and Thursday, December 20th, the Greensboro and High Point offices held holiday parties for THP clients. They were special days of holiday cheer, community, and delicious food as clients  picked up gifts donated by "THP Angels" for their families. 
We would like to send heartfelt thanks to those individuals and organizations who were able to donate food and gift-cards for our party, and gifts for our clients and their children. 

   Picking up gifts from our "Angels" at Replacements, Ltd.



Uber-volunteer, Cagney, all dressed up for the Client Holiday Party, pictured with Julie from THP.


Triad Health Project 

continues to offer FREE and Confidential  HIV/ STI Testing on Mondays between 5 and 7 pm. 

  • No appointment necessary.
  • FREE condoms available upon request.
  • Tests include screening for HIV/AIDS, Syphilis, Gonorrhea, and Chlamydia.
How much testing do we do at THP? This will give you an idea:
  • In December, we tested 168 people at our normal Monday night testings (including a two week hiatus due to the holidays) and at a testing event at Guilford College!
  • We tested 41 people on site at our 21st Annual Winter Walk for AIDS on December 2nd! That is up from 23 people tested last year!
  • Just this week, we tested 20 people at our Monday night testing!
Get tested and know your status!!!

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801 Summit Avenue

P.O. Box 5716

Greensboro, NC 27435

(336) 275-1654


High Point

620 English Road

P.O. Box 616

High Point, NC 27262

(336) 884-4116